3. Monitoring Officer

The role of the Monitoring Officer is to ensure the sound governance, lawfulness and fairness of all Council decision making. The Monitoring Officer:

  • is responsible for ensuring that the Council's Constitution is properly maintained, operates efficiently and is adhered to;
  • has a key role in promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct within the authority; and
  • must report any unlawfulness or maladministration to the Council.

The Monitoring Officer is responsible for administering any complaints about member conduct.

You can contact the Monitoring Officer at


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Last updated: 12 March 2019

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